“the future is so bright, I gotta wear shades”

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/1-2-graduates-jobless-underemployed-140300522.html

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Katshores's picture
Katshores 3 years 41 weeks ago
#1

Telliottmbamsc Dont worry about it. Our President will blame Bush on this or he might ask the Collge Students to vote for him and he might do something after the election.

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Bush_Wacker 3 years 41 weeks ago
#2

Don't blame bush. Blame Reagan's administration. This all started over 30 years ago. You people still seem to think that President's have control. It hasn't been that way for many years. Don't focus on a President but instead focus on those who surround him.

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Katshores 3 years 41 weeks ago
#3

When I went into College years ago I was well aware I wasnt going to get the half million dollar job and the Roll Royce drive into work every day. I started out entry level and worked up and plus in my junior year I worked for the same company as unpaid worker. Yes, it was hard, but it told the company that I wanted to learn and grow with the company. Unlike now many students dont put their resumes or applications until a few months before graduating. They should start in their junior year or even sooner. I grew up in a poor family that felt that hard work and long hours will get you ahead and yes I did have student loans and still paying them today.

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THISAA 3 years 41 weeks ago
#4
Quote Bush_Wacker:

Don't blame bush. Blame Reagan's administration. This all started over 30 years ago. You people still seem to think that President's have control. It hasn't been that way for many years. Don't focus on a President but instead focus on those who surround him.

Bill Ayers

Van Jones

Rev Al.

timothy geithner

Rev. Wright

Hillary Rosen

Sullivan

Chu

Eric Holder

leo girard

George Clooney

Nuff said

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Bush_Wacker 3 years 41 weeks ago
#5
Quote THISAA:
Quote Bush_Wacker:

Don't blame bush. Blame Reagan's administration. This all started over 30 years ago. You people still seem to think that President's have control. It hasn't been that way for many years. Don't focus on a President but instead focus on those who surround him.

Bill Ayers

Van Jones

Rev Al.

timothy geithner

Rev. Wright

Hillary Rosen

Sullivan

Chu

Eric Holder

leo girard

George Clooney

Nuff said

That covers one administration. We've had a helluva lot more than that in the last 30 years. As a matter of fact 20 of those years were a completely different party and administrations. Same situation.

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Bush_Wacker 3 years 41 weeks ago
#6
Quote Katshores:

When I went into College years ago I was well aware I wasnt going to get the half million dollar job and the Roll Royce drive into work every day. I started out entry level and worked up and plus in my junior year I worked for the same company as unpaid worker. Yes, it was hard, but it told the company that I wanted to learn and grow with the company. Unlike now many students dont put their resumes or applications until a few months before graduating. They should start in their junior year or even sooner. I grew up in a poor family that felt that hard work and long hours will get you ahead and yes I did have student loans and still paying them today.

That's actually some good advice Kat.

Katshores's picture
Katshores 3 years 41 weeks ago
#7

Well said THIAA and dont forget the attack on Free enterprise and the love that the Government should take care of our ills and dont forget Nancy Pelsoi and the famous Femme-a-gogue Debbie Wasserman-Schultz!

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THISAA 3 years 41 weeks ago
#8
Quote Katshores:

dont forget the famous Femme-a-gogue Debbie Wasserman-Schultz!

Don't concern yourself with the fish lady. She has the now famous Hillary Rosen advising her on how to make herself even halfway presentable to the public. This task will take a looooong time.

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